Today is Blooming Tuesday at Mrs. Green Thumb Jean's Blog.
My hubby made this huge bouquet of crepe myrtle blossoms. Wouldn't several of these be pretty sitting around at a casual outdoor party, such as a cook out?
My hubby also made these two teacup bird feeders for me. I love them!
Here is part of the process of making the china cup bird feeders. My hubby found the things needed to make them at a local hardware store. I bought the china cup and saucers at a thrift store last fall.
A bouquet of Zinnias on the kitchen table.
This is the Mandevilla that I overwintered this past year. You may remember it as the plant that kept trying to get outside at the dining room window. Its come a long way. I hope I can keep it through another winter.
These are wild petunias. I wish all the plants in my yard fared as well as these do. I don't do anything to help them, yet they grow and grow, happy as can be.
On the eastern side of our yard are cotton fields, as far as you can see. They are just beginning to bloom.
Can't wait until late fall, when the whole field will be covered in white cotton, just like snow.
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